ASUS Zenbook 13 2024 with 2.8K OLED HDR display launched in China for 8699 yuan and 9199 yuan

ASUS has now brought in a new addition to the Zenbook Series laptops. ASUS launched the latest Zenbook 13 2024 in China and the sales for the same will commence on March 11, 2024. The Zenbook 13 was launched in China, with the Deep Lake Blue colour variant priced at 8699 yuan and the Polar Gray colour variant priced at 9199 yuan. The Zenbook 13 2024 is expected to be launched subsequently in India soon.

Features and Specifications:

Now let’s have a walkthrough of some of the salient features and specifications of the ASUS Zenbook 13 2024.

First of all, the Zenbook 13 2024 features a 2.8K OLED HDR display, which provides a resolution of 2880 x 1800 pixels. It offers a peak brightness of 600 nits.

The laptop processes on the Intel Core Ultra 7 155U processor.

A 63Wh battery powers the device, which can offer a battery life of about 16 hours.

ASUS is now also providing a new software suite, the ASUS Hall, with which you can enhance your user experience.

The connectivity options on the laptop include a 3.5 mm headphone jack, USB-A 3.2 Gen2, HDMI2.1, and dual Thunderbolt USB-C ports.

The laptop’s audio features include Dolby panoramic sound.

It further includes a backlit keyboard, a high-resolution 1080p+ infrared dual camera for video calls and an ambient light sensor.

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